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Momentum Mag reviews the 2013 Virtue Bikes Seven city bike.
PRICE $399 USD
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Virtue Bike’s Seven is a lightweight take on a classic path racer with features such as a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain and Tektro brakes. This upright, ride-ready bike is available in Black in sizes 52, 56, and 60 cm. Extras include bell, kickstand, chainguard, chain deflector, and fenders.
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Virtue’s Seven offers a sleek, stylish, and affordable take on a vintage style path racer. And it’s fun to ride.
This bike is perfect for students and weekend riders looking for an affordable entry point into bicycling. The lack of options, such as racks or more powerful brakes, helps keep the price point low.
There’s something about a path racer that just makes you feel fancy and Virtue’s Seven is no exception. While off the shelf this may not be my first choice as a commuting bicycle, I found it was a fun weekend or neighborhood cruising ride. The Seven is a simple and affordable bike that has plenty of style and get you around town with a smile on your face.
When not pedaling East Vancouver on his path racer, Stephen Irving is a social media and communications strategist passionate about sustainable transportation, Canadian politics, and post-punk. @StephenIrving